Part-Time Adjunct Positions

Part-time Adjunct Instructor Job Opportunities are organized by campus location

Job Opportunities for Part Time Adjunct Instructors are organized by campus location.  Select which location you are interested in, or simply scroll down this page.

To ensure timely submission of your credentials, qualified applicants should apply following the specific instructions noted in each job posting.  For all positions, a Masters Degree in the relevant field is required, along with related work and/or academic experience. For most postings, a Ph.D. or other terminal degree is preferred.

Park University is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging applications from women and minorities.  The university will recruit and employ qualified personnel and will provide equal opportunities during employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or status as a qualified protected veteran.  Click here to view Park University’s EEOC and related policies.

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Psychology/Sociology Department – Adjunct Instructors

Park University Department of Psychology and Sociology is seeking qualified part-time adjunct faculty to teach the following course for our Spring 2020 semester on our Parkville, MO campus. Classes meet twice per week for 16 weeks, beginning on January 13th.

PS/SO 307 Statistics for Social Sciences

Course Description:
Statistical methods are a primary tool for all of the social and behavioral sciences. This course introduces a wide variety of common statistical techniques and their conceptual bases, including: basic descriptive and inferential statistics, analyses of association and variance, effect sizes, and others in their parametric and non-parametric forms. It provides a background in the relevant theories of probability, sampling, and measurement. And the student will learn how to become a more discerning consumer of statistical information as well as gaining practical experience calculating these statistics by hand and computer.

Requirements:
• Master’s Degree Psychology, Sociology or a related discipline(s) required.
• Experience teaching statistics for social science students is preferred.
• Local applicants only.

Please submit inquiries, and application including: Cover Letter and CV, ALL Unofficial Transcripts, and a statement of your Philosophy of Teaching Statistics electronically to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Monica Brannon.

Adjunct Faculty – MBA Program

The Park University MBA Program at the Parkville Campus is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format for the following courses:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management

Requirements:

  • Terminal Degrees in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.
  • Post-secondary teaching experience preferred.
  • Seeking Local Applicants Only.

Please send resume and cover letter and two letters of professional reference to careers@park.edu, Attn: Jackie Campbell

 

Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MAIO) Program – Adjunct Instructors

Park University is excited to announce that we are creating a new Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MAIO) program with a focus on Social Justice issues in the workplace.  We need creative, enthusiastic, and qualified faculty to help develop and teach courses in the new program, set to launch in spring 2020.  Each course will be delivered online with our easy-to-use Canvas Learning Management System.

Course developers will work with a dedicated team of instructional designers and the MAIO program coordinator to create the best possible student experience.  As this program will be offered completely online, you may work remotely as you develop course materials and authentic assessments.  Course developers are encouraged to teach the course(s) they’ve created after the courses have been developed.

The following courses need course developers for fall:

  • Statistics:  Critical Analysis I (ANOVA)
  • Statistics:  Critical Analysis II (Regression)
  • Personnel Psychology
  • Organizational Attitudes and Behavior
  • Organizational Dynamics and Ethics
  • Course Developers and faculty teaching in the program will need the following qualifications:

Required Qualifications:

  • PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology or closely related field with ABD candidates considered.
  • Record of scholarly and/or professional accomplishments
  • Evidence of successful teaching experience.  Online experience preferred.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Active professional membership in APA Division 14 – Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

Interested candidates feel free to direct any inquiries  to the MAIO Program Coordinator, Cynthia Cerrentano at cynthia.cerrentano@park.edu.

To apply, email the following: cover letter and curriculum vitae, and ALL unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts to careers@park.edu, Attn: Cynthia Cerrentano.

ALL Official transcripts will be required upon hire and have them sent to careers@park.edu.

ISBA Program  – Adjunct Instructors

The ISBA Program is seeking individuals in the Kansas City area with Terminal Degrees to teach blended, face-to-face, and online classes for the following courses:

  • CIS 604 Project Management for Information Technology
  • CIS 606 Applied Data Mining and Analysis of Big Data
  • CIS 607 Survey of Predictive Analytical Techniques
  • CIS 608 Web and Marketing Analytics
  • CIS 609 Data Visualization

Qualifications

Proficiency in the following areas:

  • Business Analytics, Data Analytics, and Predictive Analytics
  • Python
  • Databases
  • MIS and related fields

Education Requirements

  • Must have a Terminal Degree or a Master degree with 18 credit hours in the field of MIS or CIS.

Please submit inquiries and resume and a cover letter electronically to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Dr. Dmitry Gimon

Adjunct Faculty – MBA Program

The Park University MBA Program at the Parkville Campus is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format for the following courses:

  • Finance
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing
  • MIS/CIS

Requirements:

  • Terminal Degrees in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.
  • Post-secondary teaching experience preferred.
  • Seeking Local Applicants Only.

Please send resume and cover letter and two letters of professional reference to careers@park.edu, Attn: Jackie Campbell

Master of Public Administration Program – Adjunct Instructor(s)

Applications are invited for adjunct instructor(s) to teach in any of the following areas of concentration: Public Management; Nonprofit and Community Services Management; Disaster and Emergency Management; or Business, Government, and Global Society.Successful candidates must be willing and able to teach online classes.

Responsibilities/Duties:  The essential job functions and responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to: preparing, instructing, and grading class coursework; active interaction with students and supervisor; and assigning final grades.

Qualifications:  The ideal candidate(s) will possess a terminal degree in public administration or a related field (ABD considered) from an accredited university with several years of teaching and professional experience.  In addition, the candidate must be well organized, professional, and have strong communication skills.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae, cover letter and list of references. Materials and/or questions may be directed to careers@park.edu Attn: Dr. James Vanderleeuw.

Interior Design Program – Adjunct Instructors

The Department of Art, Design and Interdisciplinary Studies on the Parkville, Missouri campus is recruiting candidates for open Interior Design courses for the upcoming 16-week Spring 2019 Semester which begins January 14, 2019 – May 12, 2019 and to include the 16-week Fall 2019 Semester which begins August 19, 2019 – December 15, 2019.

Position Summary

Instruct and facilitate meaningful learning of the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively support all facets of the learning environment. Provide education through learning-centered instruction that will enable graduates to fulfill the evolving needs of the marketplace. Encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility and respect, life-long learning and ethics, as well as personal and professional development.

Job Requirements

  • A Master’s Degree. (Interior Design, Architecture, or closely related Design Field).
  • Candidates should have availability to teach in the daytime at our Parkville campus, 16-week semester format.
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, is helpful but not required.
  • Past teaching experience, is helpful but not required
  • A strong graphic presentation sensibility. Knowledge of presentation software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, or comparable platform; hand drafting, sketching and hand rendering a plus
  • Computer based skills in the following: AutoCAD, Revit, and Sketch Up; 3D Studio Max a plus
  • Must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to build successful relationships with student populations.
  • Outstanding conflict resolution skills. Demonstrates fair and consistent behavior in all matters, and shows compassion without being ineffectual.
  • Demonstrated time management and detail-oriented skills; Exhibits a high level of attention to detail.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and to meet frequently occurring deadlines.
  • Ability to develop and complete projects without continued direct supervision

Reports To: Program Coordinator – Interior Design

Questions should be directed to Roxann O’Rourke-Sherrodd; Program Coordinator – Interior Design at roxann.sherrodd@park.edu

Please send cover letter and curriculum vitae with two professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Roxann O’Rourke-Sherrodd.

Communication Arts and Leadership – Adjunct Instructor

Park University is seeking online course developers and online and face-to-face adjunct instructors for its Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership program – we are recruiting for all courses in the program (http://www.park.edu/academics/academic-programs/graduate-programs/master-of-arts-in-communication-and-leadership/degree-requirements.html).  Qualified applicants should hold a doctorate in communication (or a master of arts in communication with a doctorate in a related field) and possess previous collegiate teaching experience.

Immediate needs include:

  • CA 517: Research 2 (Quantitative)
  • CA 670: Measuring Leadership

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae, cover letter and list of references. Materials and/or questions may be directed to careers@park.edu Attn: Dr. Mark Noe

COMMUNICATION STUDIES – Adjunct Instructor

The Department of Communication, Journalism and Public Relations at Park University is recruiting adjunct instructors for the Fall 2019 16-week daytime semester which begins August 19, 2019 – December 15, 2019 for these open Communication courses:

  • CA103 – Public Speaking  M/W 3:00 – 4:15 PM
  • CA103 – Public Speaking  M/W/F 9:00 – 9:50 AM
  • CA103 – Public Speaking T/R 7:20 – 8:35 AM
  • CA104 – Interpersonal Communication M/W/F 11:00 – 11:50 AM
  • CA105 – Intro to Human Communication M/W 12:00 – 1:15 PM
  • CA235 – Multicultural Communication M/W 3:00 – 4:15 PM
  • CA321 – Interpersonal Conflict Solution T/R 1:00 – 2:15 PM

Location: Parkville, Missouri

Requirements:

  • Candidates should have availability to teach on-site in the daytime Parkville campus, 16-week semester format.
  • For CA103, a master’s degree in communication is preferred. However, master’s degrees in related disciplines will be considered as long as the candidate has 18 graduate-level hours in communication OR substantial professional experience in activities like teaching/coaching debate and forensics, mock trial, or consulting on public speaking.
  • For other courses, a master’s in communication or 18 graduate-level hours in communication is required.
  • Successful candidates will also have prior collegiate teaching experience and coursework in the discipline of the course.

Additional Information:

  • Adjunct instructors at Park University may teach up to three courses per semester, and up to 21 credit hours per academic year.
  • Questions should be directed to Program Coordinator Kristin Shaw at kristin.shaw@park.edu.

Please send cover letter and curriculum vitae with two professional references to careers@park.edu Attn: Kristin Shaw

English and Modern Languages – First Year Writing Program

The Department of English and Modern Languages seeks qualified applicants to teach as part-time Adjunct
Instructors in our First Year Writing program.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Teach courses in Park’s first year writing program, including English 105: First Year Writing Seminar I: Critical Reading,
    Writing, and Thinking Across Contexts, and English 106: First Year Writing Seminar II: Academic Research and Writing
  • Use disciplinary knowledge of composition, writing studies, and rhetoric to design courses, assignments, and in-class activities
  • Provide ongoing, individualized formative feedback to student writers
  • Use Canvas LMS to support instruction
  • Participate in assessments of student learning
  • Attend annual trainings and information sessions
  • Fulfill all university-mandated requirements for instructors, including submission of syllabi for approval, attendance reporting, submission of final grades, etc.

Qualifications

In addition to the education requirements below, candidates must provide evidence of at least two semesters of
experience teaching English at an accredited college or university.

Education Requirements

  • Must have a Master’s degree or higher in English, literature, rhetoric/composition, professional and technical writing,
    or creative writing.
  • Evidence of at least one course at the graduate level in composition, rhetoric, or writing pedagogy.

To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of prior experience teaching English, and information for two professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Glenn Lester.

English and Modern Languages – Elementary French I and II

The Park University Department of English and Modern Languages seeks a qualified adjunct instructor to teach Elementary French Courses (I and II).  The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in French or at least 18 credit hours in the discipline at the graduate level, and experience teaching at the college level.  Interested candidates should forward a cv, a letter of interest, and a list of references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Silvia Byer.

English and Modern Languages – Spanish for Health Care Professionals

The Park University Department of English and Modern Languages seeks a qualified adjunct instructor to teach a course for the department, SP110 Spanish for Health Care Professionals. The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in Spanish or at least 18 credit hours in the discipline at the graduate level, preferably experience with the health care industry, and experience teaching at the college level.  Interested candidates should forward a cv, a letter of interest, and a list of references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Silvia Byer.

English and Modern Languages – Business Communications

The Department of English and Modern Languages seeks to hire an adjunct faculty member to teach EN306B, Business Communications, in the Fall semester on the Parkville campus. The successful applicant will have a master’s degree in English, with some experience teaching business communication or a related subject at the college level.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to careers@park.edu, Attn: Amy Mecklenburg-Faenger.

English Language and Culture Institute – English Language and Culture Instructors

The English Language Culture Institute (ELCI) seeks qualified applicants to teach as part-time adjunct instructors in the Intensive English Program (IEP).  Applicants must have a Master’s degree in education or related area and an ESL certificate or ESL major area of study.  Highly qualified applicants possess experience with an Intensive English Program.  Applicants should indicate their preparation for and/or experience in teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced English learners in the four modes of communication.  ELCI program operation hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to careers@park.edu, Attn: Amy Jenkins.

Graphic Design – Adjunct Faculty

The Department of Art, Design and Interdisciplinary Studies is recruiting candidates for various Graphic Design courses. At this time, these courses include:

  •  AR 427 Web Design                         M/W 3:00 p.m. – 5:45  p.m.

Candidates should have availability to teach in the daytime Parkville campus, 16-week semester format. A  late afternoon course has been scheduled to accommodate any work schedule.

An M.F.A. in Studio Art (e.g., Illustration, Graphic Design, Web Design) is preferred with a strong knowledge and or prior experience in the graphic/web design field.  M.A. in Studio Arts or advanced graduate course work may be considered. Experience teaching foundations or beginning to intermediate levels of graphic design specific courses at the college level is preferred.

Please send cover letter and curriculum vitae with two professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Jeff Smith.

Questions should be directed to Jeff Smith; Program Coordinator – Graphic Design at jeff.smith@park.edu.

History – Adjunct Instructor

The Department of History, Political Science and Interdisciplinary Studies at Park University is recruiting adjunct instructors for the Fall 2019 16-week daytime semester which begins August 19, 2019 – December 15, 2019 for these history courses:

  • HIS 111 Introduction to World History (Ancient History)  M/W/F 10:00 – 10:50 AM
  • HIS 112 Introduction to World History (Middle Ages)  M/W/F 9:00 – 9:50 AM

Location: Parkville, Missouri

Requirements:

  • Candidates should have availability to teach on-site in the daytime Parkville campus, 16-week semester format.
  • Candidates must hold a master’s degree in history, preferred in European history.
  • Successful candidates will also have prior collegiate teaching experience and coursework in the discipline of the course.
  • Local applicants only.  These are on-site, face-to-face courses.

Additional Information:

  • Adjunct instructors at Park University may teach up to three courses per semester, and up to 21 credit hours per academic year.

Questions should be directed to Program Coordinator Dr. Timothy Westcott at tim.westcott@park.edu.

Email cover letter and curriculum vitae with two professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Timothy Westcott

Military History – Adjunct Instructor

Park University is seeking online adjunct instructors for its Bachelor of Science in Military History.

Qualifications:

  • Applicants should hold a doctorate in military history or history
  • Previous collegiate teaching experience

Applicants should provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references.  Materials and/or questions may be addressed to careers@park.edu, Attn: Dr. Debra Sheffer.

Mathematics Department

The Department of Mathematics at Park University invites applications for adjunct instructors to teach various Mathematics courses in the Parkville campus.  Applicants must have at least a Master’s-level degree in Mathematics or a related discipline, and should have completed graduate-level coursework in Mathematics.  Some courses may require at least 18 graduate hours in Mathematics.

To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and information for two professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Dr. Dincer Guler.

Department of Nursing – Clinical Adjunct Faculty

The Ellen Finley Earhart Department of Nursing at Park University invites applicants to apply for a Clinical Adjunct Faculty position. The clinical adjunct faculty is a valued member of our Nursing Program team. They are responsible for facilitating student learning in a variety of clinical care areas, grading of student learning assessments, collaborating with department faculty, and working with nursing unit staff and patients to assure the safety and quality of our program clinical course work.

Our available clinical positions include: Fundamentals, Medical Surgical, Mental Health, and Obstetrics. Our clinical rotations vary depending on clinical placement availability with our clinical partners, as well as, the clinical day hours vary by course. Our clinical partners are located throughout the Greater Kansas City area and St. Joseph, MO.

Clinical Adjunct Faculty position requirements include:

  • Must have earned a Master’s Degree in Nursing (MSN)
  • Undisciplined Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Missouri
  • Current American Heart Association BLS certification for the Health Care Provider
  • Evidence of required immunizations
  • Experience in the clinical area of interest, required

Interested candidates please submit a letter of interest, resume, and 3 clinically related professional references to: careers@park.edu Attn: Josh Thiele.

Philosophy

Park University is seeking to hire and adjunct instructor(s) in Philosophy to teach Face-to-face classes at its Parkville, Missouri campus for the Fall 2019 semester which begins August 19, 2019 and into the Spring 2020 semester which begins January 13, 2020 for the following courses:

  • PH 101 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking
  • PH 102 Introduction to Ethical Thinking
  • PH 103 Fundamentals of Logic
  • PH 205 The Meaning of Life
  • PH 221 Ethics and Society

Requirements and Qualifications:

Master’s Degree in Philosophy or Master’s Degree plus 18 graduate credit hours in philosophy.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae, cover letter, list of references, and times available to teach. Materials and/or questions may be directed to careers@park.edu Attn: Dr. Joshua Mugg.

Political Science

Park University is seeking to hire an adjunct professor in Political Science to teach classes at its Parkville, Missouri campus starting Fall 2019 which begins August 19, 2019.
Courses would potentially include, but not be limited to, International Relations, Comparative Politics, War and Terrorism, American Foreign Policy, Politics of the Developing World, and International Organizations.
Requirements:
  • PhD in Political Science, International Relations, Comparative Politics, or a related field preferred.
  • Master’s Degree in any of the aforementioned fields will be considered.
To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of references to careers@park.edu, Attn: Matt Harris.

ARIZONA

Gilbert

Park University’s Gilbert Campus is a new and growing campus serving the needs of undergraduate and graduate students. Many of our undergraduate students, both first-time freshman and transfer, are student-athletes. Park University at Gilbert offers courses in both 16-week and 8-week formats. All courses are on-site blended/hybrid, meaning that students attend class in person for 60% of the time and complete the remaining 40% online through Park’s Canvas Learning Management System.  Local applicants only please.

Below are the courses for which we are current seeking adjunct faculty candidates. To learn more about a particular course, please go to https://app.park.edu/MasterSyllabusSystem/default.aspx and our University catalog, located at https://www.park.edu/academics/undergraduate-catalog/.

Click here to download and complete application materials. Send your application materials to careers@park.edu, Attn: Gilbert Campus

UndergraduatePositions available are:

  • English
    • EN 105 First-Year Writing Seminar I: Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking Across Contexts
    • EN 106 First-Year Writing Seminar II: Academic Research and Writing
    • EN 201 Introduction to Literature

 

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Tucson (Davis-Monthan AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Davis-Monthan is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Davis-Monthan AFB.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Accounting I
    • AC 202  Principles of Accounting II
    • AC 309  Individualized Income Tax
    • AC 312  Business Income Tax
    • AC 320  Intermediate Accounting
  • Biology
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
    • BI 301  Human Ecology
  • Criminal Justice
    • CJ 355  Homeland Security
    • CJ 400  Constitutional Law in Criminal Justice
    • CJ 420  Forensic Science
    • CJ 430  Research in Criminal Justice
    • CJ 441  Senior Writing Project
  • Economics
    • EC 301  Intermediate Macroeconomics
    • EC 315  Quantitative Research Methods
  • English
    • EN306B  Business Communications
  • History
    • HIS 330  U.S. Military History
  • Philosophy
    • PH 308  Business Ethics
  • Psychology
    • PS 301  Social Psychology
  • Sociology
    • SO 210  Social Institutions
    • SO 300  Research Methods
    • SO 325  Social Deviance

 

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Phoenix (Luke AFB) 

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Luke AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post-secondary teaching experience is preferred.
Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Tiffany Benson.
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
  • Finance
    • FI360 Financial Management
  • Management
    • MG315 Advanced Business Statistics
  • Mathematics
    • MA171 Finite Mathematics

 

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ARKANSAS

Little Rock (Little Rock AFB)

Park University at Little Rock AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Stephany Ridgell.

Positions available are:

  • Biology
    • BI 101  Biology
  • Computer Science
    • CS 151  Introduction to Programming
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 365  Networks and Data Communications
    • CS 366  Computer Networking Lab
  • Criminal Justice
    • CJ205 Juvenile Delinquency
    • CJ450 Senior Seminar of Criminal Justice
  • English
    • EN 105  First Year Writing Seminar I
    • EN 106  First Year Writing Seminar II
    • EN 306B  Professional Writing in the Disciplines: Business Communication
    • EN 306C  Professional Writing in the Disciplines: Advanced Expository and Research Writing
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
  • Finance
    • FI 360  Financial Management
    • FI 363  Institutions and Markets
  • International Business
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
  • Mathematics
    • MA 125  Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 135  College Algebra
    • MA 208 (CS208)  Discrete Mathematics
  • Psychology
    • PS 222  Adult Development and Aging
    • PS 300 (SO300)  Research Methods
    • PS 301 (SO301)  Social Psychology
    • PS 302  Tests and Measurements
    • PS 307 (SO307)  Statistics for Social Sciences
  • Sociology
    • SO 302  Study of the Family
    • SO 451  Advanced Social Psychology

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CALIFORNIA

Barstow Community College & Victor Valley College & Fort Irwin

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Barstow Community College, Victor Valley College and Fort Irwin locations is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Alexis Osborne for Barstow Community College.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Sabina Perezcarro for Victor Valley College.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Kyrisha Basil for Fort Irwin.

Positions available are:

  • Management Classes
    • EC 301  Intermediate Macroeconomics
    • EC 315  Quantitative Research Methods
    • FI 363  Financial Institutions and Markets
    • HR 353  Intro to Human Resource Management
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
    • MA 120  Basic Concepts to Statistics
    • MG 354  Small Business Management
    • MG 375  Production and Operations Management
    • MG 401  Senior Seminar in Management
    • MG 420  Labor Relations
    • MG 495  Business Policy
    • MK 351  Principles of Marketing
  • Criminal Justice Classes
    • CJ 200  Criminology
    • CJ 221  Criminal Procedure
    • CJ 233  Introduction to Security
    • CJ 251  Terrorism and Domestic Preparedness
    • CJ 300  Agency Administration
    • CJ 322  Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections
    • CJ 333  Security Administration
    • CJ 353  Emergency Management
    • CJ 355  Homeland Security
    • CJ 430  Research in Criminal Justice
    • CJ 440  Internship in Criminal Justice
    • CJ 450  Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
    • GGH 310  Geography of Terrorism
  • Social Psychology Classes
    • PS 301  Social Psychology
    • PS 303  Career Counseling and Development
    • PS 315  Theories of Personality
    • PS 401  Abnormal Psychology
    • SO 206  Social Issues in Contemporary Society
    • SO 210  Social Institutions
    • SO 302  The Study of Family
    • SO 330  Sociology of Youth and Youth Cultures
    • SO 332  Dying, Death, and Bereavement
    • SO 451  Advanced Social Psychology
    • PS/SO 220  Ethical Issues in Social Sciences
    • PS/SO 300  Research Methods
    • PS/SO 307  Statistics for Social Sciences
    • PS/SO 398  Junior Seminar
    • PS/SO 498  Senior Seminar

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Oceanside (Camp Pendleton MCB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Camp Pendleton is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Connie Guzman.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC309 Individual Income Tax
    • AC312 Business Income Tax
    • AC315 Cost Accounting
    • AC320 Intermediate Accounting I
    • AC325 Intermediate Accouting II
    • AC420 Advanced Accounting I
    • AC425 Advanced Accounting II
    • AC430 Auditing
  • Information Systems/Computer Science
    • CS 140 Introduction to Computers
    • CS 151 Introduction to Programming
    • CS 208 Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 219 Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 300 Technology in a Global Society
    • IS 141 Applied Computer Technology for Business
    • IS 310 Business Applications
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 171 Finite Mathematics
    • MA 208 Discrete Mathematics

Graduate Program

  • MBA 515  Accounting for Management Decisions
  • MBA 576 Operations Management
  • MBA 615 Managerial Finance
  • MBA 630 Strategic Marketing

Requirements:

  • A Master’s or Ph.D. level degree in the [IB] discipline or in a related discipline from an accredited school.
  • The successful candidate will have at least 18 credit hours in the discipline at the graduate level, and post-secondary teaching experience is preferred.
  • Received credit with a grade B or better in the course applied to teach, or one, two, three year of work experience in the subject material or course applied to teach.
  • Seeking local applicants only.

Interested persons please e-mail letter of interest, vitae, and two letters of reference to careers@park.edu, Attn: Connie Guzman and Jackie Campbell

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GEORGIA

Valdosta (Moody AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Moody AFB, is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8 week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Juanita Walker.

Positions available are:

  • Art
    • AR 115  Intro to Visual Arts
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
    • EC 315  Quantitative Research Methods
  • Finance
    • FI 201  Personal Financial Management
  •  Geology
    • GO 125  Natural Distasters
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120  Basic Concept of Statistics
  • Sociology
    • SO 307  Statistics for Social Sciences

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IDAHO

Mountain Home (Mountain Home AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University’s Mountain Home Campus Center is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Mountain Home.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Accounting I
    • AC 202  Principles of Accounting II
  • Biology
    • BI 101  Biological Concepts
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
  • Communication Art
    • CA 103  Public Speaking
  • Criminal Justice
    • CJ 231  Introduction to Law Enforcement
    • CJ 233  Introduction to Security
    • CJ 313  The Law of Evidence
    • CJ 332  Institutional, Industrial, and Commercial Security
    • CJ 345  Criminal Justice and the Community
    • CJ 353  Emergency Management
    • CJ 355  Homeland Security
  • Computer Science
    • CS 151  Intro to Programming
    • CS 208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 300  Technology in a Global Society
    • CS 314  User Interface Design
    • CS 321  Web Programming I
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
    • CS 366  Computer Networking Lab
    • CS 371  Internetworking
    • CS 372  Advanced Networking
    • CS 385  Modern Developments in Advanced Networking
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
    • EC 301  Intermediate Economics
    • EC 303  Money, Credit, and Banking
    • EC 315  Quantitative Research Methods
  • English
    • EN 201  Intro to Literature
    • EN 234  Introduction to Fiction
  • Finance
    • FI 325  Risk and Insurance
    • FI 360  Financial Management
    • FI 363  Financial Institutions and Markets
    • FI 410  Problems in Corporate Finance
    • FI 415  Financial Analysis and Planning
    • FI 430  Public Financial Management
  • Health Care
    • HC 260  Legal Issues in Health Care Delivery
    • HC 351  Organization and Administration of Health Care Programs
    • HC 451  Health Care and the Political Process
    • HC 461  The Hospital and the Community
    • HC 463  Third Party Reimbursement and Risk Management
    • HC 465  Basic Issues in Community Based Health Care Delivery
    • HC 466  Planning and Organizing Community Health Services
    • HC 491  Senior Seminar in Health Care Management
  • History
    • HIS 104  American History Survey through the Civil War
    • HIS 105  American History Survey since the Civil War
    • HIS 319  Russia in the 20th Century
    • HIS 333  The Modern Middle East
  • Human Resource Management
    • HR 353  Introduction to Human Resource Management
    • HR 355  Planning and Staffing
    • HR 357  Employment Law
    • HR 434  Compensation
    • HR 491  Senior Seminar in Human Resources Development
  • International Business
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
    • IB 431  International Finance
  • Information Systems
    • IS3 10  Business Applications
    • IS 315  Computer Systems Analysis and Design I
    • IS 316  Computer Systems Analysis and Design II
    • IS 361  Data Management Concepts
    • IS 362  Applied Database Management
    • IS 370  Information Security
  • Logistics
    • LG 312  Transportation and Distribution Systems
    • LG 324  Contract Management and Law
    • LG 415  Quality Control
    • LG 424  Purchasing and Vendor Management
    • LG 426  Logistics Management
  • Management
    • MG 260  Business Law I
    • MG 261  Business Law II
    • MG 354  Small Business Management
    • MG 375  Production and Operations Management
    • MG 401  Senior Seminar in Management
    • MG 440  Complex Organizations
    • MG 495  Business Policy
  • Marketing
    • MK 351  Principles of Marketing
    • MK 369  E-Marketing
    • MK 380  Advertising
    • MK 385  Consumer Behavior
    • MK 395  International Marketing
    • MK 411  Marketing Management
    • MK 453  Marketing Research and Informations Systems
    • MK 455  Promotion Policies and Strategies
  • Public Administration
    • PA 330  Public Administration
    • PA 331  Public Organizations
    • PA 334  Public Personnel Administration
    • PA 342  Administrative Politics
    • PS 345  The Media and Public Administration
    • PA 350  Budget and Finance
    • PA 390  Administrative Law
    • PA 431  Senior Seminar in Fire Services Management
    • PA 432  Senior Project in Public Administration
  • Political Science
    • PO 200  American National Government
    • PO 201  State and Local Government
    • PS 210  Comparative Political Systems
  • Psychology
    • PS 101  Introduction to Psychology
    • PS 121  Human Growth and Development
    • PS 205  Child Psychology
    • PS 220  Ethical Issues in Social Sciences
    • PS 221  Adolescent Psychology
    • PS 300  Research Methods
    • PS 301  Social Psychology
    • PS 302  Tests & Measurements
    • PS 307  Statistics for Social Sciences
    • PS 309  Human Sexuality
    • PS 315  Theories of Personality
    • PS 388  Learning and Motivation
  • Religion
    • RE 109  World Religions
    • RE 307  Religion in Today’s World
  • Sociology
    • SO 141  Intro to Sociology
    • SO 206  Social Issues in Contemporary Society
    • SO 210  Social Institutions
    • SO 220  Ethical Issues in Social Sciences
    • SO 300  Research Methods
    • SO 301  Social Psychology
    • SO 307  Statistics for Social Sciences
    • SO 318  Military Sociology
    • SO 326  Sociology of Conflict, War, and Terror
    • SO 329  Sociology of the Life Course
    • SO 451  Advanced Social Psychology

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ILLINOIS

Belleview (Scott AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Scott AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Keith Dailey.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Accounting I
    • AC 202  Principles of Accounting II
  • Biology
    • BI 101  Biological Concepts
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
  • Communication
    • CA 104  Interpersonal Communication I
  • Computer Science
    • CS 219 Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
  • English
    • EN 306B  Writing in the Professions: Business Writing
  • Finance
    • FI 360 Financial Management
    • FI 363 Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Human Resources
    • HR 355  Planning and Staffing
  • Logistics
    • LG 324  Contract Management and Law
  • Management
    • MG 306  Business Communications
    • MG 315  Advanced Business Statistics
  • Mathematics
    • MA 125  Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 120  Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 171  Finite Mathematics

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MISSOURI

Waynesville (Ft Leonard Wood)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, Fort Leonard Wood Campus Center, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. A Masters degree is required in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Nathalie Brech.

Positions available are:

  • Math
  • English
  • Science
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Foreign Language
  • Public Administration
  • Marketing

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Independence

Park University Independence Campus Center is seeking Adjunct instructors to teach on-site in an 8-week accelerated format for the following Summer term, June 4, 2018 through July 29, 2018 one evening a week from 6:00 – 9:00 PM for the following courses:

  • MA 171 Finite Mathematics
  • HC 461 The Hospital and the Community

Applicants must have:

  • A Master’s or Ph.D. level degree in the Mathematics discipline or in a related discipline from an accredited school.

AND

  • Received credit with a grade B or better in the course applied to teach, OR one, two, three years of work experience in the subject material or course applied to teach.

Seeking Local Applicants Only

Interested persons please e-mail a letter of interest, vita, three letters of reference to careers@park.edu, Attn: Rich Kelleher.

Please Note: Park University participates in E-Verify for all positions in the Greater Kansas City Missouri Area.

 

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Kansas City

Adjunct Faculty – MBA program

The MBA program is seeking individuals in the Kansas City area with Terminal Degrees to teach blended classes locally in the following areas:

  • Accounting
  • Healthcare Administration
  • MIS/IS
  • Operations Management
  • Strategic Management

Please submit inquiries and resume and cover letter electronically to: careers@park.edu  ATTN: Cassie Jones.

Adjunct Faculty – Kansas City Area Accelerated Programs

Park University, a leader in providing degree level programs for working adults, is seeking qualified part-time adjunct faculty to teach in the Park Accelerated Programs-KCA. (evening and/or weekends). Classes meet once per week for eight weeks at campuses in Parkville, Independence, and Downtown Kansas City, MO. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) required. Post secondary teaching experience preferred.

For application packet for adjuncts for the KCA Accelerated Program only, submit inquiries and resume electronically to:careers@park.edu  Attn: KC Accelerated

The application process requires letters of reference, resume, transcripts, and a justification for each course to be taught.

Please Note: Park University participates in E-Verify for all positions in the Greater Kansas City Missouri Area.

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Financial Accounting I
    • AC 202  Principles of Financial Accounting II
    • AC 230  Computer-Based Accounting Systems
    • AC 309  Individual Income Tax
    • AC 312  Business Income Tax
    • AC 320  Intermediate Accounting I
    • AC 325  Intermediate Accounting II
    • AC 330  Intermediate Accounting III
    • AC 350  Accounting Information Systems
    • AC 380  Cost Accounting
    • AC 425  Advanced Accounting
    • AC 430  Auditing
    • AC 435  Ethics for Accountants
  • Computer Science/Information Systems
    • CS 140  Introduction to Computers
    • CS 151  Introduction to Programming
    • CS 208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 300  Technology in a Global Society
    • CS 314  User Interface Design
    • IS 141  Applied Computer Technology for Business
    • IS 205  Managing Information Systems
    • IS 315  Computer System Analysis Design I
    • IS 316  Computer System Analysis Design II
    • IS 361  Data Management Concepts
  • Finance
    • FI 325  Risk and Insurance
    • FI 360  Financial Management
    • FI 363  Financial Institutions and Markets
    • FI 410  Problems in Corporate Finance
    • FI 415  Financial Analysis and Planning
    • FI 416  Estate Planning
    • FI 417  Investment Analysis and Management
    • FI 419  Retirement and Employee Benefit Planning
    • FI 423  Professional Financial Planning
    • FI 425  Principles of Real Estate
  • Human Resources
    • HR 310  Leadership and Team Building
    • HR 353  Introduction to Human Resource Management
    • HR 355  Planning and Staffing
    • HR 357  Employment Law
    • HR 421  Corporate Training
    • HR 434  Compensation Management
    • HR 491  Senior Seminar in Human Resource Development
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120  Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 125  Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 135  College Algebra
    • MA 171  Finite Mathematics

Adjunct Faculty – Master of Business Administration

The School of Business at Park University is seeking terminally qualified part-time faculty to teach in its online and face-to-face MBA programs: online; Austin and El Paso, TX; and Kansas City/Parkville, MO. Applicants must hold a terminal business degree from a regionally accredited institution. Park University is a private, not-for-profit University accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Park was founded in 1875 and offers academic programs at 41 campus centers nationwide and online. The main campus is located approximately 15 minutes north of downtown Kansas City on the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River, in Parkville, MO.

Areas of discipline:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • MIS
  • Management
  • Marketing

Attach your curriculum vita and a letter of interest and email to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Jackie Campbell. If qualifications are appropriate for course needs, additional information will be requested. Applications will remain active for a period of up to two years.

Master of Healthcare Administration – Adjunct Faculty

Location:  Park University Downtown Campus – Kansas City, MO

The School of Business at Park University invites applications for several part-time adjunct instructor positions to teach in its MHA program. Class will meet once a week in the evenings at the Park University – Kansas City, MO downtown campus for the following courses:

  • HA517 Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare Administration
  • HA604 Healthcare Economics and Policy
  • HA518 Organization of Healthcare Delivery Systems
  • HA612 Healthcare Operations Management

Park University is a private, not-for-profit University accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The MHA program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs; and its curriculum is based on the Healthcare Leadership Alliance competency model.

Requirements:

  • Doctoral degree in Healthcare Administration, or Juris Doctor and at least 5 years of practical experience in healthcare legal or compliance field, or Doctoral degree in Economics and at least 5 years of practical experience in a healthcare setting.
  • Applicants must hold a terminal degree in the discipline of instruction from a regionally accredited institution.
  • Local applicants residing in the Kansas City area. These are on-site evening classes at Kansas City Downtown Campus.

To apply, submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae electronically to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Dr. Alla Adams.

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Knob Noster (Whiteman AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Whiteman AFB is seeing Adjunct Instructors to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post-secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@park.edu, Attn: Robyn Criswell-Bloom

Positions available are:

Criminal Justice

  • 100, 200, 300 and  400 Level Courses

Economics

  • EC 141 Macroeconomics
  • EC 142 Microeconomic

Management

  • MG 260 Business Law
  • MG 315 Advanced Business Statistics

Mathematics

  • MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics

Political Science

  • 100, 200, 300 and  400 Level Courses

Public Administration

  • 100, 200, 300 and  400 Level Courses

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MASSACHUSETTS

Bedford (Hanscom AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Hanscom AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Sabrina Vargas-Ortiz.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC 202  Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Communication
    • CA 103  Public Speaking
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
    • EC 301  Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Humanities
    • AR 115 Introduction to the Visual Arts
  • Management
    • MG 306 Business Communications
    • MG 315 Advanced Business Statistics
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 125 Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 171 Finite Mathematics
  • Social Science
    • HIS 104 American History Survey Through the Civil War
    • HIS 105 American History Survey Since the Civil War

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MONTANA

Great Falls (Malmstrom AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, Malmstrom Campus Center, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Kadie Burton.

  • Art
    • AR 115  Introduction to the Visual Arts
    • AR 140  Drawing I
    • AR 215  Art History I
  • Biology
    • BI 122 (FWR 122)  Human Nutrition
    • BI 210  The Human Body
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
    • BIO 225  Botany
  • Communication
    • CA 103  Public Speaking
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Engineering
    • EG 101  Introduction to Engineering Management
  • Human Geography
    • GGH 140  Cultural Geography
    • GGH 200  Geography of North America
    • GGH 203  Geography of Europe
  • Physical Geography
    • GGP 115  Physical Geography
  • Geology
    • GO 125  Natural Disasters
  • Liberal Education
    • LE 300  Integrative and Interdisciplinary Learning Capstone
    • LE 215  Selected Topics in Humanities
    • LS 221  Introduction to Liberal Studies I: Prehistory to the Early Modern World
  • Philosophy
    • PH 205  The Meaning of Life
    • PH 217  Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
  • Social Work
    • SW 205  Introduction to Social Work
  • Theatre
    • TH 100  Introduction to Theatre

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NEW MEXICO

Alamogordo (Holloman AFB)

Park University Holloman AFB Campus Center is seeking Adjunct Instructor to teach on-site course(s) in an 8-week accelerated format for the following course in the upcoming terms listed below:

CS 140 Introduction to Computers

Summer Session begins 4 June 2018 – 29 July 2018.

Fall I Term begins 13 August 2018 – 7 October 2018.

Fall II Term begins 15 October 2018 – 9 December 2018.

Applicants must have:

  • A Master’s or Ph.D. level degree in the discipline or in a related discipline from an accredited school.
  • The successful candidate will have at least 18 credit hours in the discipline at the graduate level, and post-secondary teaching experience is preferred.
  • Received credit with a grade B or better in the course applied to teach; or one, two, or three years of work experience in the subject material or course applied to teach.

Seeking local applicants by appointment only.  Please call 1-575-479-2337 or email holl@park.edu for additional information.

Interested persons please email letter of interest, vita, and three letters of reference to careers@park.edu, Attn: Donna Morgan.

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NORTH CAROLINA

Havelock (Cherry Point MCAS)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University’s MCAS Cherry Point Campus Center located near Havelock, NC is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Sicley Sidoran.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Accounting I
    • AC 202  Principles of Accounting II
    • AC 230  Computer-Based Accounting
    • AC 309  Individual Income Tax
    • AC 312  Business Income Tax
    • AC 315  Cost Accounting
    • AC 320  Intermediate Accounting I
    • AC 325  Intermediate Accounting II
    • AC 350  Accounting Information Sys
    • AC 420  Advanced Accounting I
    • AC 425  Advanced Accounting II
    • AC 430  Auditing
  • Biology
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
  • Computer Science
    • CS151 Introduction to Programming
    • CS219 Programming Fundamentals
    • CS314 User Interface Design
  • Criminal Justice
    • CJ 233  Introduction to Security
  • English
    • EN 105  First-Year Writing Seminar I
    • EN 106  First-Year Writing Seminar II
    • EN 306  Professional Writing in the Disciplines
  • Finance
    • FI 363  Financial Institutions & Markets
    • FI 410  Problems in Corporate Finance
    • FI 425  Principles of Real Estate
    • FI 360  Financial Management
  • Health Care
    • HC 260  Legal Issues in Health Care Delivery
    • HC 461  The Hospital and the Community
  • Human Resource Management
    • HR 434  Compensation Management
  • Information Systems
    • IS 315  Computer Systems Analysis and Design I
    • IS 316  Computer Systems Analysis and Design II
  • International Business
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120  Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 135  College Algebra
    • MA 171  Finite Mathematics
    • MA 210  Calculus and Analytical Geometry  I
  • Management
    •  MG 401  Senior Seminar in Management
  • Marketing
    • MK 385  Consumer Behavior
  • Psychology
    • PS 206  Introduction to Guidance and Counseling
  • Sociology
    • SO 206  Social Issues in Contemporary Society
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NORTH DAKOTA

Grand Forks (Grand Forks AFB)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

Park University at Grand Forks is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Edwin James.

Positions available are:

  • International Business
    • IB 315 International Business Perspective
  • Management
    • MG 260 Business Law I
  • Mathematics
    • MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 171 Finite Mathematics

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Minot (Minot AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, Minot AFB Campus Center, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  Master’s degree in appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching experience preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Janet Ostrander.

Positions available are:

  • Art
    • AR 115  Introduction to Visual Arts
    • AR 215  Art History 1
    • AR 216  Art History II
  • Biology
    • BI 101 Biological Concepts
    • BI 210 The Human Body
    • BI 214 Personal and Community Health
  • Communication
    • CA 103  Public Speaking
    • CA 105  Introductions to Human Communication
  • Computer Science
    • CS 208/MA208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 225  Programming Concepts
  • English
    • EN 105  First Year Writing Seminar I
    • EN 106  First Year Writing Seminar II
  • History
    • HIS 104  American History Survey Through Civil War
    • HIS 105  American History Survey Since Civil War
  • Information Systems
    • IS 141 Applied Computer Technology for Business
  • International Business
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
  • Liberal Studies
    • LS221 – Liberal Studies I: PreHist to Modern World
    • LS222 – Liberal Studies II: Reformation to Present
  • Mathematics
    • MA120  Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA125  Intermediate Algebra
    • MA135  College Algebra
    • MA171  Finite Mathematics
    • MA208/CS208  Discrete Mathematics
  • Psychology
    • PS 101  Introduction to Psychology
    • PS 221  Adolescent Psychology
  • Sociology
    • SO 141 Introduction to Sociology

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OHIO

Columbus (DSCC)

Adjunct Faculty – MBA Program

The Park University MBA Program at the DSCC in Columbus Ohio is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  Terminal Degrees in the appropriate discipline(s) is required:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Organizational Behavior

Please submit inquiries and cover letter and resume electronically to: careers@park.edu  ATTN: Jackie Campbell.

Adjunct Faculty –

Park University at the DSCC in Columbus Ohio is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: June Mohr.

Positions available are:

 

  • Graduate – MBA
    • MBA 630 Strategic Marketing
  • Computer Science
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 314  User Interface Design
    • CS 321  Web Programming I
    • CS 322  Web Programming II
    • CS 335 Intro to Cybersecurity
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
    • CS 366  Computer Networking Laboratory
    • CS 367  Networking and Security Administration
    • CS 371 Internetworking
    • CS 372  Advanced Networking
    • CS 373  Computer Network Security
  • Economics
    • EC 141 Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142 Principles of Microeconomics
    • EC 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Psychology
    • SO 141 Intro to Sociology
    • PS/SO 398  Junior Seminar
    • PS/SO 497  Capstone Seminar
  • Sociology
    • SO 210  Social Institutions
    • SO 451  Advanced Social Psychology
  • MA 125 Intermediate Algebra
  • MA 135 College Algebra
  • MA 171 Finite Mathematics
  • MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics
  • MG 315 Advanced Business Statistics

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Dayton (Wright-Patterson AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Wright Patterson AFB, in Dayton Ohio, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Amie Koci.

Positions available are:

  • History
    • HIS 113 Introduction to World History III (Modern Era)
  • Philosophy
    • PH 102 Introduction to Ethical Thinking
    • PH 221 Ethics and Society
  • Political Science
    • PO 200 American National Government

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OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma City (Tinker AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Jennifer Nord.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201 Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Computer Science and Information Systems
    • CS 152 Introduction to Python Programming
    • CS 240 Web Programming I
    • CS 314 User Interface Design
    • CS 319 Computer Architecture
    • CS 322 Web Programming II
    • CS 365 Computer Networking
    • CS 369 Operating System Administration
    • CS 371 Internetworking
    • CS 372 Advanced Networking
    • CS 373 Computer Network Security
    • CS 385 Modern Developments in Advanced Networking
  • Human Resources
    • HR 355 Planning and Staffing
    • HR 357 Employment Law
    • HR 434 Compensation Management
    • HR 491 Senior Seminar in Human Resource Development
  • Information Management
    • IM 425 Networking and Security
    • IM 435 Business Analytics
  • Information Systems
    • IS 141 Applied Computer Technology for Business
    • IS 205 Managing Information Systems
    • IS 310 Business Applications
    • IS 315 Computer Systems Analysis and Design I
    • IS 316 Computer Systems Analysis and Design II
    • IS 361 Data Management Concepts
    • IS 362 Applied Database Management
    • IS 370 Information Security
  • Management
    • MG 315 Advanced Business Statistics
    • MG 450 Project Management
  • Marketing
    • MK351 Principles of Marketing
  • Mathematics
    • MA 171 Finite Mathematics

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SOUTH CAROLINA

Beaufort (Beaufort MCAS)

Park University’s Beaufort, SC Campus Center is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  Master’s degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Tara Smith.

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC 202  Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Computer Science
    • CS 151 Introduction to Programming
    • CS 152 Python
    • CS 219 Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 240 Web Programming I
  • English
    • EN 105 First Year Writing Seminar I
    • EN 106 First Year Writing Seminar II
    • EN 201 Introduction to Literature
    • EN 234 Introduction to Fiction
    • MG 306 Business Communications
  • Logistics
    • LG 312  Transportation and Distribution Systems
    • LG 324  Contract Management and Law
    • LG 415  Quality Control
    • LG 424  Purchasing and Vendor Management
    • LG 426  Logistics Management
  • Management
    • MG 375 Production and Operations Management
  •  Political Science
    • PO 201  State and Local Government
  • Public Administration
    • PA 333  Public Management and Leadership
    • PA 350  Budget and Finance
    • PA 390  Administrative Law
    • PA 404  Capitalism and Societal Issues
    • PA 430  Research in Public Administration
    • PA 431  Senior Seminar in Fire Services Management
    • PA 432  Senior Project in Public Administration

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Charleston (Charleston AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University’s Charleston AFB Campus Center in Charleston, SC is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Debra Smalls.

Positions available are:

  • Communication
    • CA 103  Public Speaking
    • CA 104  Interpersonal Communication
  • Computer Science and Information Systems
    • CS 151  Introduction to Programming
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 225  Programming Concepts
    • CS 300  Technology in a Global Society
    • CS 321  Web Programming
    • CS 351  Computer Operating Systems
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
    • CS 366  Computer Networking Laboratory
    • CS 371  Internetworking
    • CS 372  Advanced Networking
    • CS 373  Computer Network Security
    • CS 385  Modern Developments in Advanced Networking
    • IS 361  Data Management Concepts
  • English
    • EN 105  First Yr Writing Sem I
    • EN 106  First Yr Writing Sem II
    • EN 306B  Professional Writing in the Disciplines: Business Communications
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 303  Money, Credit Banking
    • EC 315  Quantitative Research Methods
  • Finance
    • FI 201  Personal Financial Management
    • FI 325  Risk and Insurance
    • FI 363  Financial Institutions and Markets
    • FI 410  Problems in Corporate Finance
    • FI 415  Financial Analysis and Planning
    • FI 417  Investment Analysis and Management
    • FI 425  Principles of Real Estate
    • FI 430  Public Financial Management
  • Human Resources
    • HR 355  Planning and Staffing
    • HR 357  Employment Law
  • Logistics
    • LG3 12  Transportation and Distribution Systems
    • LG 400  Logistics Internship
    • LG 415  Quality Control
    • LG 424  Purchasing and Vendor Management
    • LG 426  Logistics Management
  • Management
    • MG 260  Business Law I
    • MG 375  Production and Operations Management
    • MG 401  Senior Seminar in Management
  • Marketing
    • MK 351  Principles of Marketing
    • MK 385  Consumer Behavior
    • MK 411  Marketing Management
    • MK 453  Marketing Research and Information Systems
    • MK 369  E-Marketing
    • MK 380  Advertising
    • MK 386  Retail
    • MK 389  Professional Selling
    • MK 395  International Marketing
    • MK 401  Sales Management
    • MK 455  Promotion Policies and Strategies
    • MK 463  Marketing Internship
  • Social Psychology
    • PS/SO 300   Research Methods

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TENNESSEE

Millington (NSA Millington)

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Millington.

  • Biology
    • BI 101  Biological Concepts w/ Lab
    • BI 214  Personal and Community Health
  • Criminal Justice
    • CJ 105  Criminal Law
    • CJ 205  Juvenile Justice System
    • CJ 221  Criminal Procedure
    • CJ 232  Intro to Corrections
    • CJ 233  Intro to Security
    • CJ 313  Law of Evidence
    • CJ 322  Probation, Parole, Comm Corr
    • CJ 333  Security Admin
    • CJ 345  CJ and the Community
    • CJ 400  Constituitional Law
    • CJ 430  Research in CJ
    • CJ 440  Internship in CJ
    • CJ 441  Senior Writing Project
    • CJ 450  Senior Seminar in CJ
  • Economics
    • EC 303  Money, Credit and Banking
  • Finance
    • FI4 30  Public Financial Management
    • FI 325  Risk and Insurance
  • International Business
    • IB 431  International Finance
  • Logistics
    • LG3 12  Transportation and Distribution Systems
  • Management
    • MG 260  Business Law I
    • MG 261  Business Law II
  • Marketing
    • MK 369  E-Marketing
    • MK 380  Advertising
    • MK 385  Consumer Behavior
    • MK 386  Retailing Admin
    • MK 389  Professional Selling
    • MK 395  International Marketing
    • MK 401  Sales Management
    • MK 411  Marketing Management
    • MK 453  Marketing Research & Info Systems
    • MK 455  Promotional Policies & Strategies
    • MK 463  Marketing Internship
    • MK 491  Seminar in Marketing

TEXAS

Austin

Adjunct Faculty

Park University’s Austin Campus Center, Austin Texas, is hiring part-time Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  A Master’s degree is required in the appropriate discipline.  Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Positions available are:

  • Computer Science Information Systems:
    • IS 315 Computer Systems and Analysis I
    • CS 151 Introduction to Programming
    • CS 152 Introduction to Python Programming
    • CS 371 Internetworking
    • CS 372 Advance Networking
    • CS 373 Computer Network Security
  • Liberal Education:
    • EN 105 First Year Writing Seminar I
    • CA 103 Public Speaking
    • PO 200 American National Government
    • GGP115 Physical Geography
  • Psychology/Sociology:
    • PS 300 Research Methods
    • PS 301 Social Psychology SO 206 Social Issues in Contemporary Society
    • SO 220 Ethical Issues in Social Sciences
    • SO 329 Sociology of Life Course

Please send cover letter and resume to: careers@park.edu Attn: Cynthia Tafoya.

Adjunct Faculty – Master of Business Administration

The School of Business at Park University is seeking terminally qualified part-time faculty to teach in its online and face-to-face MBA programs: online; Austin and El Paso, TX; and Kansas City/Parkville, MO. Applicants must hold a terminal business degree from a regionally accredited institution. Park University is a private, not-for-profit University accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Areas of discipline:

Attach your curriculum vita and a letter of interest and email to: careers@park.edu, Attn: Jackie Campbell. If qualifications are appropriate for course needs, additional information will be requested. Applications will remain active for a period of up to two years.

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Del Rio (Laughlin AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University’s Laughlin AFB, TX is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Alaina Reed.

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC 202  Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Business Management
    • MG 375  Productions and Operations Management
    • MG 495  Business Policy
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
  • Communications
    • CA103 Public SpeakingCA104 Interpersonal Communication
    • CA104 Interpersonal Communication
    • CA105 Introduction to Human Communication
  • English
    • EN 105  First Year Writing I
    • EN 106  First Year Writing II
    • EN 306  Professional Writing in the Disciplines
  • Finance
    • FI 360  Financial Management
    • FI 363  Institutions and Markets
  • Geology
    • GO 125  Natural Disasters
  •  Religion
    • RE 109  World Religions
  • Spanish
    • SP103  Elementary Spanish I

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El Paso and Ft. Bliss

Adjunct Faculty – Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership

  • Earned Ph.D. in Communication/Communication Studies (communication doctoral students with M.A.s in the discipline who are ABD or have at least 18 hours of doctoral coursework may be considered)
  • Broad interest in organizational, interpersonal, and small group communication (including mediation, team building, leadership)
  • Teaching experience, preferably (but not required) at the master’s level
  • Experience teaching blended/hybrid courses (i.e., using a LMS to support face-to-face learning)

Please send resume and cover letter to careers@park.edu Attn: Dr. Mark Noe

Adjunct Faculty – Master of Business Administration

The School of Business at Park University is seeking terminally qualified part-time faculty to teach in its online and face-to-face MBA programs: online; Austin and El Paso, TX; and Kansas City/Parkville, MO. Applicants must hold a terminal business degree from a regionally accredited institution. Park University is a private, not-for-profit University accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • MIS/CIS

MBA 615 Managerial Finance
This course covers a comprehensive analysis of issues faced by financial managers.
Topics include capital budgeting, the use of option pricing in corporate financial
management, working capital management, different types of short-term
financing, lease financing and other hybrid security financing, the use of derivative
securities in corporate risk management, financial planning and control, and other
relevant topics.

MBA 674 Quantitative Analysis for Management Decisions
This course covers the concepts, tools and methods of economic analysis relevant to
Decision-making occurring within and across firms, with emphasis on the economic
way of approaching business decisions. Attention is given to the analysis factors
determining market demand and supply, as well as factors affecting short- and
long-run production and costs, strategic pricing policies in the presence of
marketing power and interaction of firms within various market structures.

MBA 695 Strategic Management
This course covers the integration of applied research for managerial decisions and
actions that determine the long-term performance of a corporation. Focus
includes strategy formulation, implementation, evaluation and control. Topics
covered are:

  • Development of an integrated operations strategy
  • Analysis of cases and completion of a major project involving research and
    investigations

Attach your curriculum vitae and a letter of interest and email to:
careers@park.edu, Attn: Jackie Campbell. If qualifications are appropriate for course
needs, additional information will be requested. Applications will remain active
for a period of up to two years.

Adjunct Faculty

Park University – Ft Bliss and El Paso campus centers – is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Positions will list more specific requirements, where applicable. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

  • Biology – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Computer Science (Cisco Certified preferred)
    • CS 151  Introduction to Programming
    • CS 208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 321  Web Programing I
    • CS 351  Computer Operating Systems
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
    • CS 373  Computer Network Security
    • CS 208 Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 305 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    • CS 314 User Interface Design
    • CS 322 Web Programming II
    • CS 352 Data Structures
  • Criminal Justice – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • English– (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
    • EN 105  First Year Writing Seminar I: Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking Across Contexts
    • EN 106  First Year Writing Seminar II: Academic Research and Writing
    • EN 306B  Professional Writing in the Disciplines: Business Communications
  • Literature – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Information Systems – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Networking Systems
  • Software Design & Programming
  • HealthCare Management – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Healthcare Legal
  • Logistics – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Logistics Management
  • Project Management (COMING SOON) – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Psychology – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)
  • Sociology – (Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the core subject matter discipline)

To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and two letters of professional references to careers@park.edu, Attn:John Stuart.

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San Angelo (Goodfellow AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Goodfellow AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please Send resume and a cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Wendy Medina.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC201 Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
  •  Economics
    • EC141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
  • Mathematics:
    • MA120 Basic concepts of Statistics
    • MA125 Intermediate Algebra
    • MA135 College Algebra
    • MA171 Finite Mathematics

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San Antonio – Randolph AFB and Lackland AFB

Park University at Lackland AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Shawndra-Loving Griffin.

Positions available are:

  • Biology
  • Communications
  • Computer Science
  • Healthcare
  • History
  • International Business
  • Mathematics
  • Management Production Operations
  • Marketing
  • Psychology
  • Social Psychology

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Northeastern San Antonio (Randolph AFB)

Park University at Randolph AFB is seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Master’s Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post-secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu ATTN: Patricia Mitschke.

  • Computer Science
    • CS 151  Introduction to Programming
    • CS 219  Programming Fundamentals
    • CS 220  Computer Architecture
    • CS 321  Web Programing I
    • CS 351  Computer Operating Systems
    • CS 365  Computer Networking
    • CS 373  Computer Network Security
    • CS 208  Discrete Mathematics
    • CS 305  Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    • CS 314  User Interface Design
    • CS 322  Web Programming II
    • CS 352  Data Structures
  •  International Business
    • IB 315  International Business Perspectives
  • Information Systems
    • IS 141  Applied Computer Technology for Business
    • IS 216  COBOL I
    • IS 217  COBOL II
    • IS 310  Business Applications
    • IS 370  Information Security

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UTAH

Ogden (Hill AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University at Hill Air Force Base, Utah is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters Degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Shelly Bialcak.

Positions available are:

  • Art
    • AR 115 LE  Introduction to Visual Arts
  • Biology
    • BI 101  Biological Concepts
  • Economics
    • EC 141  Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 142  Principles of Microeconomics
  • Finance
    • FI 360  Financial Management
  • Geology
    • GO 125 LE  Natural Disasters
    • GO 141  Physical Geology
    • GO 151  History of the Earth
  • International Business
    • IB 315  International Business
  • Marketing
    • MK 351  Principles of Marketing
  • Political Science
    • PO 200 LE  American National Government
    • PO 210 LE  Comparative Political Systems
  • Psychology
    • PS101 Introduction to Psychology
  •  Religion
    • RE 109  World Religions
  • Sociology
    • SO141 Introduction to Sociology

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VIRGINIA

Arlington (Henderson Hall)

There are currently no Adjunct Instructor openings at this facility

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Fort Myer

There are currently no Adjunct Instructor openings at this facility

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Quantico

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, Quantico Campus Center, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  A Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Lisa Jeffries.

Positions available are:

  • Geology
    • GO 141  Physical Geology
    • GO 151  History of the Earth
    • GO 200  Oceanography
    • GG 205  Meteorology
  • Math
    • MA 120  Basic Concepts of Statistics
    • MA 171  Finite Mathematics
  • Political Science
    • PO 200  American National Government
    • PO 210  Comparative Political System
  • Philosophy
    • PH 102  Introduction to Ethical Thinking
    • PH 221  Ethics & Society
    • PH 308  Business Ethics

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WASHINGTON

Spokane (Fairchild AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, at Fairchild AFB in WA, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format. Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required. Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Matthew deMayo.

Positions available are:

  • Accounting
  • Criminal Justice
  • Computer Science
  • Health Care
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Logistics
  • Management
  • Marketing


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WYOMING

Cheyenne (FE Warren AFB)

Adjunct Faculty

Park University, FE Warren AFB Campus Center, is hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach on-site courses in an 8-week accelerated format.  A Masters degree in the appropriate discipline(s) is required.  Post secondary teaching experience is preferred.

Please send a resume and cover letter to: careers@park.edu Attn: Claudia Martinez.

Positions Available are:

  • Accounting
    • AC 201  Principles of Financial Accounting
    • AC 202  Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Computer Science
    • CS 140  Introduction to Computers
  • English
    • EN 105  First Year Writing Seminar I: Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking Across Contexts
    • EN 106  First Year Writing Seminar:II: Academic Research and Writing
  • Human Resource Management
    • HR 353  Introduction to Human Resource Management
    • HR 434  Compensation Management
    • HR 491  Senior Seminar in Human Resource Development


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Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.